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aschneider1
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Panel Schedule Template Not Updating?

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06-08-2012 05:44 AM

I have a Panel Schedule Template that started out as a 42 Slot Panel Schedule. After starting to Circuit my Receptacles, I increased the 'number of slots shown' to be 54 in the Template Options.  However, when I update the Panel the Receptacles are circuited to, then continue to circuit more Receptacles to the Panel, I cannot use the 'Move Down' function past 42.  Have I missed a step?  Or can I not do that, since I started circuiting the Receptacles prior to making my changes to the Panel Schedule Template?  Any help is appreciated, thanks!

Adrianna Schneider, LEED AP
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Re: Panel Schedule Template Not Updating?

06-08-2012 06:11 AM in reply to: aschneider1

You just need to re-apply the template to the panel board and then it updates.

It may be worht make a couple of different templates for different sized panel boards.

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Re: Panel Schedule Template Not Updating?

06-15-2012 05:06 AM in reply to: aschneider1

I figured out the issue.  Although I updated the Panel template, I also needed to add the # of Poles in the actual Panelboard itself.

Adrianna Schneider, LEED AP
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